Also called Spathiphyllum, it’s an attractive houseplant that can survive in the dark. Whether you have low or bright indirect daylight or auxiliary light, it can thrive. Giving it some glow for six to eight hours indoors is enough. But that is if you could also provide it with its other requirements as a plant. People put this ornamental plant in the corner for home design and to purify the air. With its oval and dark green leaves, plus fragrant white flowers, it’s more than gorgeous. It’s also considered an evergreen and perennial houseplant. So it’s a plant that doesn’t shed foliage and lasts for years.
Despite not needing plenty of sunshine, it requires constant hydration. It may belong to the houseplants that like low light, but it still has other needs to address. Water it once a week when its acidic and well-draining soil turns dry. Misting several times weekly also works to replicate rain. But make sure to space watering to avoid overdoing it. Applying balanced fertilizer to it every month and a half helps it thrive. Yet you need to fertilize the soil every other month or so only when it’s growing season or spring when it blooms. It requires little fertilizer to stay alive. Since it doesn’t demand constant attention and can thrive in darkness, it’s practical. Hence, many take care of this houseplant or give it as a present.